This month, while celebrating Black history, we are proud to recognize the work being done in our community to create a more equitable future for all. Every day, Dr. Brook Bello works to build a stronger Florida, and nation, to bring the diverse aspects of our community together. We are proud to call Dr. Brook a friend and partner! She is the Founder, CEO and Executive Director of More Too Life.

Dr. Bello is an author, thought leader, justice advocate, actress, techie, and ordained minister. More importantly, she is a survivor and champion against human trafficking. From her life experiences, she was determined to help others overcome and survive similar circumstances. Out of her life experiences, she became even more motivated to successfully become the Founder and CEO of More Too Life, Inc, an Open Doors Outreach Network Provider. More Too Life offers prevention and awareness events, technical training, and resources to assist service providers, teachers, educators, advocates, and law enforcement in the fight against human trafficking. 

She is also the Founder of Youthiasm® a faith-based ministry to ignite empathy and honor. She is the author of several successful books and digital copies for educational curriculum platforms aimed at the prevention of sexual exploitation and gender. 

Dr. Bello has spoken alongside presidents, prime ministers, and fellow change-makers, at universities, large conferences, and federal agencies. Aside from holding a Ph.D. in Pastoral Clinical Counseling, she was recognized with the Lifetime Achievement Award from President Barack Obama and White House, the Advocate of the Year Award from Florida's Attorney General Pam Bondi, and Governor Rick Scott, named by United Way Worldwide as a Hero for her work and most recently was named by Google as a Google Next-Gen Policy Leader 2017-2020, 2019 Department of Justice ATF Division Victim Advocate of the Year. She is an expert consultant for the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Title X Clinics; Population Affairs National Human Trafficking Training with Global Centurion. Dr. Brook has been on the special advisory Council for 

Proud Trivia: Dr. Bello is the great-grandniece of Vada Watson Somerville, the relentless civil rights leader, first Black Dental Surgeon in California from the USA and only female and Black in the graduating class, co-founder NAACP LA Chapter, and builder/owner of the Famous Dunbar Hotel on Central Ave, 

She is the creator of "Coming Home'' the first interactive app and adaptable online mentoring management system for anyone who needs mentoring, case management or supportive resources globally, Recently, Dr. Bello has partnered with Chance Glasgow, co-creator "Call of Duty" Carlos Wallace and David Waldenburg to build a  "VR EVAL'' and the world’s first VR/AI Machine Learning Platform for, mentoring, educating and providing counseling in a virtual environment that relaxes all the senses and transports the users. The purpose is the human need for anonymity for victims of trauma globally giving access to those that need it. Also, the ability to avoid racial and other biases common in today’s world as interviews are done via an avatar. Dr. Bello is also a graduate of the Masters Series of Distinguished Leaders of Skinner Leadership in Washington, DC. 

Connect with Dr. Brook on LinkedIn, and stay connected with us at The LibFund.


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